About PM Antiques & Collectables
PM Antiques & Collectables are a modern and innovative online retailer that aims to lead the antiques trade into the 21st century. Although antiques and collectables generally relate to items past or dated, this doesn’t mean our business or the industry should be.
With a modern emphasis and approach to our work we ensure our stock is easily accessible online through various digital channels and platforms. This means that customers aren’t confined to high street shopping hours and can browse our stock at their own pace and leisure. As a business, we are equally passionate about both the antiques industry and technology. Our goal being to seamlessly merge both together, ensuring we move with the times, keeping abreast of new ways to engage with customers and promote our products and services. We consider ourselves as premier online retailers.
PM Antiques specialises and are home to a wide array of collectors items, including contemporary art, entertainment & memorabilia, film posters, vintage toys, decorative ceramics, glassware, watches and automobilia. Catering to collectors and interior designers at a wide range of price points. We ensure that we keep our finger on the pulse of movements and trends in the antiques world, and react by continuously replenishing our store with unique and desirable items sourced from around the UK.
Despite being relatively small in stature compared to some household names, we’ve proven to be an emerging business in this market with some of our recent acquisitions. Our inventory includes prominent names such as L.S. Lowry, Pablo Picasso, David Hockney, Salvador Dali, René Lalique, Lucie Rie, Tracey Emin, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Joan Miro, Sherree Valentine-Daines, Fabian Perez, Mackenzie Thorpe and Charles & Ray Eames to name but a few.
PM Antiques & Collectables are active members of Surrey Hills Enterprises, a growing community supporting the Surrey Hills and surrounding area. We are proud to be part of an environmentally sustainable industry helping to preserve our heritage for future generations.
William Moorcroft for Liberty & Co. ‘Hazeldene’ pattern squat baluster form vase.
Laurence Stephen Lowry RBA RA (British, 1887-1976), ‘Britain at Play’, limited edition colour print, signed.
René Lalique (1860-1945), ‘Tête de Belier’, glass car mascot No. 1136, introduced on 3.2.1928.
Lucie Rie (British, 1902-1995), stoneware bowl of gently flared rounded form with white glaze.
David Blackburn MBE (British, 1939-2016), Beach Blue, pastel & collage, 1985.
Clarice Cliff Bizarre ‘Applique Idyll’ pattern bowl, shape No. 633.
Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson of Kilburn – oak octagonal shaped bread board.
Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973), Madoura terracotta visage medallion, circa 1954.
About the Founder
A passion for antiques and collectables is something that has been instilled in Phil from a young age. Upon leaving college in 2013, Phil immersed himself in the antiques world, gaining valuable knowledge and tutelage volunteering with a local auctioneer, where his passion and interest for the trade only grew stronger.
It was finding a niche in the market that led Phil to establish PM Antiques & Collectables a year later aged 19. His expertise is a combination of numerous self-funded courses and a hands-on experience to the antiques industry from a tender age. Having accumulated a respectable level of knowledge, Phil has also come across many interesting items and individuals on his journey within the trade. He brings a refreshing insight and approach to the world of antiques and focuses not only modernising the industry, but delivering an exceptional buying or selling experience for the customer.
When Phil isn’t running PM Antiques and Collectables, he works as an auction valuer, providing advice and insight into antique & collectors’, toys and entertainment & memorabilia sales. His areas of interest are extensive, but his core specialities include contemporary art, memorabilia, vintage toys and studio & decorative interiors.
Phil was born and raised in Surrey. He resides there to this day but regularly travels around Cornwall and the South-West. Away from antiques Phil has a secondary passion for classic and performance cars, and he is also involved in the property industry.